SVP – Request The SVP are looking to get a team together to organise the Christmas Day Lunch. They need helpers on all fronts, to run and help in the kitchen, with cooking, looking after the guests, entertaining them 321b cp and setting up the hall, etc;. If you would like to be a part of this event, you do not have to be a member to help. We welcome other denominations to join us. If you would like to be a part of this event contact Hazel on: 01753 867752 or [email protected] Safeguarding Training Safeguarding Awareness Training needs to be renewed every three years. So--for those of you who need a Refresher Awareness Training for Safeguarding purposes, The there is a session taking place on Saturday 22nd November. The venue is: St Francis, Coronation Road, Ascot, SL5 9HG. It will take place from 10.00 am-12.30 pm. If you would like to book a place, please contact Isobel on 01753 730018 or email: [email protected] Date for Diary The Emergent Christ (Part Two) There will be a meeting in the RE Centre at St Edward’s on Thursday 4th December from 7.30 - 9.00pm. (Refreshments from 7pm). You are invited to come, to share, explore, expand and discuss ‘evolution for us and the Emergent Christ. The evening will be 333333399What led by Sr Patricia and Tom Hinds. Parish Mass Books - Missing We are missing at least 25 current Parish Mass Books of Year ‘A’ Volume ‘2’. Please can you check in your cars or cupboards, just in case they have been taken by mistake and return them to the church. Thank you. Mrs Cairns’s Memorial Service A memorial service for Mrs Cairns will be held on Friday 21st November, 10am, to mark the 18 years of her Headship at Brigidine. If you would like to attend please contact Ms King at the school, www.brigidine.org.uk or call 01753 8633779 Brigidine School – Sixth Form Scholarships September 2015 Brigidine School is offering Sixth Form Scholarships for September 2015. These are available to outstanding students from state schools predicted to achieve at least 4 A*/A at GCSE. Scholarships will be based on assessment and interview. For further information please see the school website www.brigidine.org.uk and contact Mrs Kaye Grewal, Registrar, [email protected] - Mrs Rav Sahota, Head of Sixth Form, [email protected] or telephone 01753 863779 Deceased Please pray for the repose of the soul of Margaret McCarthy. Her funeral service will take place at St Edward’s on Friday 21st November, followed by committal at Windsor Cemetery. Also pray for the soul of Gerard Clifford, who had been a parishioner for many years before leaving Windsor. His funeral will be held at Easthampstead Cemetery, Bracknell Forest on Thursday 13th November at 12 noon. Fr. Denis Treacy MHM – RIP There will be a Memorial Mass for Fr. Denis on Saturday 22nd November 2014 at 10.00 am in St. Joseph’s Church, Cookham Road, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 7EG, followed by a light lunch in the church hall. If you are able to attend the Memorial Mass and lunch, where possible could you please let us know by tel: 01628 674172 or email: [email protected] Parish Priest: Canon David Hopgood Parish Sister: Sister Teresina Fingleton CSB Permanent Deacon: Rev. George Young Seminarian/Pastoral Assistant: Dominik Lau Presbytery: 44 Alma Road, Windsor, Berkshire, SL4 3HJ – (01753 865163) Parish Secretary: Patricia Brown : 01753 865163 (: 01753 730018) : [email protected] Catechetical Co-ordinator and Local Safeguarding Rep: Isobel Young : 01753 865163 (: 01753 730018) :[email protected]k Services for the Week 9th November 2014 – The Dedication of the Latern Basilica Prayer of the Church Week 4 – Mass Book page 192 Thought for the Week This Sunday we remember all those who have fallen in defence of the country and our values: a hundred years ago, sixty, ten, and yesterday. But as a community we go beyond remembering the generous sacrifice of armed forces: our own mortality is captured by those who gave everything precious they had – their lives. I want to write a few words about something significant for the current life of Windsor’s Catholic community. I remember when I first arrived to Britain I quickly felt overloaded with information: You can’t do this… You have to wear this… This is what you have to do if… The information signs and posters were everywhere. I guess there are two sides to this. The first one is that a company putting those notices up secures its own interest. If something happens to me, I won’t be able to sue them for compensation because I was warned or ordered to behave in a particular way which probably I did not exercise. The second one, I have just mentioned: they are to make my life easier, safer, and more enjoyable. We have the Code of Canon Law, we have the Catechism – and it’s good. But they don’t say the time of masses in each parish, how to prepare for the sacrament of initiation of adults, where to go to get a copy of a baptism certificate, and so on. This is why a parish handbook has been published: as a point of reference, a guide book, and companion for everybody who lives in a parish. So I would encourage everyone to familiarise with its content. Like the information signs on the street the parish handbook leads us through a day-to-day life of the parish: people, procedures, times, groups uniting all members of the community and encouraging all of us to spend a little bit of our time to contribute to a particular group of interest, or maybe even leading it, to engage in worship and life. Although there are two churches in the parish there is still one community to which we can all contribute making it a real spiritual family. Dominik Lau St Edward’s Parish Website: www.catholicwindsor.org Diocesan Website: www.portsmouthdiocese.org.uk PRCDTR – Registered Charity No. 24687 Reconciliation:- St Edward’s Saturday 11-12noon and after evening Mass Sunday Scripture Readings 9th November 8th -16th November – Masses Sat 8th 6.00pm St Edward’s People of the Parish 1st Reading: Ezekiel 47: 1-2,8-9,12 As many of the other prophets, and as Jesus himself bears witness, the living God can never allow himself to become a prisoner in the houses made by human hands. Sun 9th 9.30am St Mark’s – Deceased Members of the Lavelle and Lavender Families 2nd Reading: 1 Corinthians 3:911,16-17 In Paul’s case there is no doubt, house and temple are images of Spiritual realities. Christ is the foundation, the apostles, the architect, we are the temples, and God is present by his Spirit in us. 11.00am St Edward’s Frances Doonan- RIP Mon 10.00am St Edward’s 10th Service of the Word with Holy Communion Tue 10.00am St Mark’s11th Donna McGonagle - INT Wed 10.00am St Edward’s – 12th Peter Zundel - RIP Thur 10.00am St Mark’s 13th Robert Cathcart - RIP Gospel:- John 2: 13-22 Fri 12 noon St Edward’s – Jesus performs an act which decided 14th Norman Long - RIP the rulers of the temple to proceed Sat 6.00pm St Edward’s against him. For Christ, material 15th John Milward - RIP buildings at Jerusalem or anywhere Sun 9.30am St Mark’s – else can be destroyed. The body of th 16 People of the Parish the risen Lord will remain forever. 11.00am St Edward’s Deceased relatives of Sharkey Scripture Readings for and Crossan Families - RIP th 16 November First Reading: Jeremiah 1: 4-9 Second Reading: 2 Corinthians 3: 1-6 Gospel: John 21: 15-17 Question of the Week Adults:Having faith in difficult times is hard! What makes you believe in the promise that God will be your strength, as Pauls says? Children: - God always stays with you, no matter what. What signs can you see to help you believe that? Pilgrimage to Poland Booking forms for this Pilgrimage are now available at the back of the Church. Please make sure you pick up a copy and fill it in if you are interested in going. Parish Diary 10th November Mon 10th 9.45am Mustard Seed Group – Braemal Peel Close 7.00pm Choir Practice – St Edward’s Tue 11th Wed 12th 7.30am Choir Practice – St Mark’s 10.30pm UCM-Coffee Morning - Bring And Buy Stall. Braemal, Peel Close 7.30pm Baptism Preparation-St Edward’s RE Centre Thur 2.30pm Eucharistic Adoration 13th 6.00pm Young People’s Choir – St Edward’s 7.30pm Liturgy and Music Group Meeting - REC Fri 7.30pm Walking with Scripture -REC 14th Sat 10.00am First Holy Communion 15th Preparation – PC/REC Sun 16th 3.00pm Service of Remembrance St Edward’s Offertory Collection Offertory 2nd November Envelopes Loose Total £914.80 £678.73 £1,593.53 Bamenda Special Collection 2nd November Envelopes £491.86 Loose £182.73 Total £674.59 Living our Faith October 2014 Envelopes £956.51 Loose £323.64 Total £1,280.15 Thank you for your contributions Canon David’s Diary Tue 11th Fr David will chair the Living Our Faith Meeting – Portsmouth. Wed 12th Fr David to give a presentation to the gathering of Anglican Cathedral Pastors at St George’s Chapel. A Date for your Diaries Our parish Bereavement Group, would like to invite you to a short service on Sunday the 16th Nov 3.00pm at St. Edward’s Church, when we, as a parish can remember those who have died. During the service, which will consist of short readings and prayers, we will invite you to light candles for your loved ones who have died. This could be placed beside a picture of them that you might like to bring with you. Their names will be read out aloud, and as we remember them and commend them to God, we will also remember those who mourn and are saddened. We look forward to seeing you. S.V.P. Retreat - Day of Prayer The SVP will be holding a retreat at St Mark’s. There will also be a Mass at 12.15pm on Saturday 15th November, all are welcome. Our Christian Friends Churches Together in Windsor are holding their Annual Assembly on Thursday 27th November at 7.45pm for 8.00pm in the Methodist Church hall, Alma Road. Please come along and hear about what CTW have been doing over the past year. After the short business meeting, Sister Patricia will be speaking about Trafficking Across the World, so please support her. Secretary required Churches Together in Windsor need a Secretary to take Minutes at the bimonthly meetings and cope with a small amount of general administration. This is not a very onerous position but is an excellent opportunity to get to know our Christian friends in the other Churches in Windsor. Contact Father David, or Hazel Cooper on 01753 867752, [email protected] Liturgy and Music Following on from September's Parish meeting, there will be an opportunity to discuss the way forward for liturgy in the Parish, including children’s liturgy, music (voice and instrumental), servers, flowers and readers, at 7.30pm on 13th November in the RE Centre. All are welcome. Cemetery Visit You are invited to join us on our annual visit to Oakley Green Cemetery on Sunday 9th November at 3pm when we pray for our deceased family, friends and parishioners. Crimp Hill - Cemetery Visit You are invited to join us on our visit to Crimp Hill Cemetery, Old Windsor on Wednesday 19th November at 2.30pm. CAFOD – Special Appeal There will be a special collection for Ebola disease in Africa. This will take place on the 8/9th November. If you are part of the Gift Aid scheme you will find spare envelopes in the back of your box.
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